Joshua Rollins, D.O. received his doctrine in Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University and completed his residency at Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Rollins specializes in Orthopedic Surgery, a practice that brings together his passions for helping people and working with his hands.
“I love being able to help people and I do enjoy the mechanical aspects of orthopedics,” Rollins said.
“A lot of my hobbies growing up were rebuilding and restoring old muscle cars as well as carpentry. This is a good match.”
Rollins said he also appreciates the almost instant benefits orthopedic surgery can have in the lives of his patients; either that being from performing a total knee or hip replacement or easing the pain of severe arthritis.
“I want to fix it and get them back on their feet. In orthopedics, we are making an actual long-term difference in somebody’s life for the better,” Rollins said.
Rollins grew up in a small town in Wyoming, adding that he and his family really feel at home serving the communities of the South Plains.
“In a small community, people are more down to earth and more honest than in bigger cities. That’s something I enjoy,” Rollins said.
Rollins offers many diverse services to the area, including joint replacement surgery, arthroscopy, sports medicine, fracture care and trauma.